Sydney Spiesel

Sydney Spiesel is a pediatrician in Woodbridge, Conn., and clinical professor of pediatrics at Yale University's School of Medicine.

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Oct. 16 2007 4:20 PMYour Health This WeekCould smaller elementary school classes make kids healthier?
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Sept. 18 2007 7:33 AMYour Health This WeekAre food additives making your kid hyperactive? And more.
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July 10 2007 11:58 AMYour Health This WeekSnus—the safer option for smokers. And more.
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June 5 2007 1:53 PMYour Health This WeekHow travel can spread TB and how flour can help prevent stroke.
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May 22 2007 12:28 PMYour Health This WeekPromising new treatments for cancer and osteoporosis.
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April 17 2007 2:06 PMYour Health This WeekThe discovery of a fat gene. Plus: Do swimming pools make you sick?
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March 23 2007 12:20 PMElizabeth Edwards' CancerWhat's likely to happen to her?
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Feb. 27 2007 12:44 PMYour Health This WeekStopping nearsightedness in kids and more.
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Jan. 30 2007 2:46 PMCure for Colic?Hope for a pediatrician's miracle treatment.
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Dec. 19 2006 11:07 AMThe Skinny on Kids' DietsRevisiting 1928 wisdom.
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Oct. 31 2006 2:06 PMYour Health This MonthA $1 lifesaver pill, whether teeth whiteners work, and more.
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Sept. 11 2006 12:34 PMKiller T-CellsThe promise of using genetic engineering to treat cancer.
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July 25 2006 1:26 PMYour Health This MonthWhy to drink lots of coffee, whether acupuncture works, and more.
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June 6 2006 1:54 PMYour Health This MonthSummer hazards and a potential sex gene. Plus, how much lobster is too much?
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May 15 2006 12:03 PMJolly RogersWhy are British men healthier than American ones?
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Oct. 2 2007 11:53 AMYour Health This WeekGenetic testing for being at risk of suicide? Plus, invasion of the lionfish.
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Aug. 28 2007 12:45 PMYour Health This WeekCan a roller coaster really scare you to death? And more.
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July 4 2007 8:25 AMBeware of DietWhat if counting calories makes you fatter in the long run?
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May 25 2007 7:36 AMThe Get-Out-of-Bed-Free CardNew and old strategies for children who won't sleep.
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May 3 2007 12:46 PMYour Health This WeekBreast-feeding and weight, and the new no-period Pill.
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April 3 2007 1:07 PMYour Health This WeekCircadian rhythms, crazy expensive asthma inhalers, and more.
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March 13 2007 7:22 AMYour Health This WeekEarly puberty, the problem with cold medicine, and the aftershocks of childhood cancer.
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Feb. 13 2007 1:28 PMYour Health This MonthWhere intimacy comes from, the value of allergy shots for treating hay fever, and more.
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Jan. 9 2007 3:30 PMYour Health This MonthGerms that make you fat, cloned cows that won't make you sick, and the latest wonders of Botox.
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Dec. 5 2006 1:04 PMYour Health This MonthSaving mice from breast cancer, the magic of red wine, and the risks of long-distance running.
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Oct. 6 2006 1:38 PMYour Health This MonthShould you take a daily baby aspirin? And more.
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Sept. 4 2006 8:36 AMYour Health This MonthThe pitfalls of soy, daddies' baby blues, and more.
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July 13 2006 12:46 PMWhy We're FatterFive reasons you haven't thought of.
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May 23 2006 5:53 PMThe Vioxx WarThe Wall Street Journal v. the New England Journal of Medicine.
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May 2 2006 11:48 AMYour Health This MonthA cool new medical toy, music as pain relief, and more.

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